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  1. The impact of stress on body function: A review

    Based on the type, timing and severity of the applied stimulus, stress can exert various actions on the body ranging from alterations in homeostasis to life-threatening effects and death. In many cases, the pathophysiological complications of disease arise from stress and the subjects exposed to stress, e.g. those that work or live in stressful ...

  2. (PDF) A Systematic Literature Review of Work Stress

    W ork stress is ‗the emotional, cognitive, behavioral and physiological. reaction to aversive and noxious aspects of work, work environments and. work organizations. It is a state characterized ...

  3. PDF Review of the Literature on Stress and Wellbeing of International ...

    This literature review aimed to evaluate studies examining stress and wellbeing among international students. The review addressed the different types of stressors faced by international students, and some of the individual differences that play an important role in moderating both stress levels and wellbeing.

  4. (PDF) Job stress: A systematic literature review

    Job stress is a common and serious issue that affects employees' well-being and performance. This paper provides a comprehensive and updated literature review on the causes, consequences, and ...

  5. (PDF) Stress and Stress Management: A Review

    visits. Some of the health issues linked to stress include cardiovascul ar disease, obesity, diabetes, depression, anxiety, immun e system suppression, head aches, back and neck pai n, and sleep ...

  6. PDF Stress, Cognition, and Human Performance: A Literature Review and

    review, a conceptual framework for cognitive process under stress has been assembled. As one might imagine, the research literature that addresses stress, theories governing its effects on human performance, and experimental evidence that supports these notions is large and diverse. In

  7. The association between acute stress & empathy: A systematic literature

    The literature reviewed here, and in particular Section 2.3 —Effects of acute stress on affective empathy/contagion—suggest that this might be the case during self-experienced stress (i.e., the experience of stress occurs prior to the engagement with others). Specifically, stressed individuals appear to focus more strongly on their own ...

  8. Stress and long-term memory retrieval: A systematic review.

    Introduction: The experience of stressful events can alter brain structures involved in memory encoding, storage and retrieval. Here we review experimental research assessing the impact of the stress-related hormone cortisol on long-term memory retrieval. Method: A comprehensive literature search was conducted on PubMed, Web of Science and PsycNet databases with the following terms: "stress ...

  9. Full article: The impact of stress on students in secondary school and

    This study demonstrates the importance of protective social factors in mediating the effects of academic-related stress. In a cross-sectional study of tertiary nursing students from the United States, those with higher self-reported stress had higher incidence of substance use. ... A recent literature review highlights how stress and burnout ...

  10. (PDF) Work Related Stress: A Literature Review

    Work Related Stress: A Literature Review. Ann Soc Sci Manage Stud. 2018; 2(3): 555586. 007. ... This paper is aimed at determining the effect of stress on job performance of employees. It is based ...

  11. A literature review of interventions to reduce stress in doctors

    Stress is prevalent among doctors, and interventions are offered, often as part of their continuing professional development, to help doctors learn in the workplace about the recognition, prevention and management of the harmful effects of stress. The aim of this review was to examine existing research to ascertain the features of successful ...

  12. PDF Stress: Facts and Theories through Literature Review

    Islam, side effects of stress, stress and illness, stress in early life, stress disorders, stress and culture. 3. Results 3.1. Definition and classification of stress ... Based on the review of the literature, stress could be classified according to the nature of the stressor (physiological, psychological), its influence on individual ...

  13. (PDF) A Literature Review on Stress and Coping ...

    A literature review on stress and coping strategies in nursing students. ... Prolonged exposure to excessively high stress levels can have detrimental effects on the psychological health, academic ...

  14. PDF Effects of Acute Stress on Aircrew Performance: Literature Review and

    The performance of even the most skilled experts can be impaired by situational stress. The research literature on the effects of stress goes back to World War II. Our first report reviewed the existing research literature, and the second reported our own study of the specific ways stress may have

  15. Cells

    Preclinical research has provided compelling evidence indicating that exposure to hypobaric hypoxia (HH) results in a deterioration of spermatogenesis. This adverse effect extends to the underlying molecular mechanisms, progressively leading to impairments in the seminiferous epithelium and germ cells and alterations in semen parameters. Indeed, several studies have demonstrated that animals ...

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    Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on STRESS MANAGEMENT. Find methods information, sources, references or conduct a literature review on ...

  17. Family and Academic Stress and Their Impact on Students' Depression

    Stress is a common factor that largely diminishes individual morale . It develops when a person cannot handle their inner and outer feelings. When the stress becomes chronic or exceeds a certain level, it affects an individual's mental health and may lead to different psychological disorders, such as depression .

  18. Sleep quality and stress: a literature review.

    The effect of a combination of magnesium, vitamins B6, B9, B12, rhodiola and green tea/L-theanine (Mg-Teadiola) on stress was evaluated in chronically stressed, otherwise healthy individuals.